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6/4/14 2:10 P

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There's a serving size calculator button on the Nutrition Tracker page once you click on an item. You can use that to help you convert the measurement to the type that is available.

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the internet has several conversion calculators that do that..

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How do I change a weight measurement when it doesn't give that option. Such as 1c to 2tbls to ozs or grams. Some food sources don't allow the option.



 
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